Fight the future. Change the future. Watch the future reset itself so that everything ends up much the same way anyway. Repeat. This time-travelling franchise is, ironically, stuck in the past.
Devoid of personality and soul, this hellish Frankenstein monster of processed entertainment product wallows in a stew of borrowed ideas and imagery and does absolutely nothing fresh with them.
We should be absolutely sick to death of all the cash-ins, pseudo-remakes and imitators. Where are they?
An action masterpiece newly remastered in gorgeous 4K (and rejiggered for superfluous 3D) reveals how fresh it remains not only technically but thematically.
Doctor Who does found-footage… and it actually works in a way that most found-footage stories don’t even bother with anymore.
I don’t recognize this show anymore.
I’m getting a Robocop-on-Gallifrey vibe. No, wait, Colonial Marines on Gallifrey.
Really? A giant reset button? An actual in-fact for-real big-friendly reset button? Really?
Wants to be an ambitious SF drama, but somewhere along the way, the provocative speculation and the seriocomic tragedy got lost. Oh, and the characters got forgotten, too. Plus there’s precious little authentic drama.
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